SULPHUR ESTIMATION IN SOME MEDICINAL PLANTS FOR HERBAL HAIR OIL

Dr. Savitha M Murthy

Abstract


Hair plays a vital role in the personality of human which are the eruptions from the skin. Natural herbal hair oils are gaining importance as they maintain moisture and improve the overall conditioning of the hair. The present work aimed at estimating the sulphur content in some of the selected medicinal plants as it plays an important role in building many amino acids. Twelve different medicinal plants were screened for sulphur content. The sulphur content was estimated using EDTA method.  The highest percentage of sulphur was observed in Murraya koenigii and lowest was in Punica granatum.

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